Condolences: May God be close to you in this time of sorrow. Jesus loves you!
Harry has reached his final goal. May we look forward to meeting him there. I
enjoyed your visits when he was my neighbor here.
From: Mary Troyer
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Condolences: I was lucky enough to be one of the students on his bus. He was
the best bus driver ever, the words of advice he gave were priceless. He made a
big impact on my life. God bless his family.
From: Terri (Howard) Berden
April 16, 1985 -- March 31, 2015
Matthew L. Groves, 29, of Middlebury, died at 8:48 pm on
Tuesday, March 31 at his residence. His death was very
unexpected and due to natural causes. He was born on April
16, 1985 in Goshen to Richard and Melanie Groves. On June
1, 2013 in Elkhart he married Nicole Brink, she survives; they
had been together since 2008. Survivors in addition to his
wife are three daughters, Lia, Ali and Sadie all at home;
mother, Melanie (Nick) Newcomb of Goshen; father, Richard
(Barb) Groves of Denniston, KY; three brothers, Danny
Groves and Chad (Michelle) Farquhar both of Goshen, Austin
(Tana) Groves of Middlebury; step brother, Austin
(Samantha) Newcomb of Elkhart; two sisters, Angela Fisher
of Middlebury, Kelsey Englebert of Goshen; grandmother,
Gwen Groves of Middlebury. He has worked at L & W
Engineering as the shipping & receiving manager for five
years. He had previously worked at Old Orchard Golf Course.
He was a Chicago Bears fan and an avid hunter and golfer.
He enjoyed spending time with family and friends, especially
around bonfires. Visitation will be from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
and 6:00 pm-8:00 pm Friday, April 3 at Miller-Stewart Funeral
Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. Funeral services
will be at 3:00 pm on Saturday April 4, also at the funeral
home. Memorials may be given to the family through this
website: de.gofund.me/qm2k0s or at the funeral home.
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Matt! We're thinking of you and you're family.
Love You Always,
Mom & Dad Lewis.
From: John & Jodi Lewis
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From = Ethan Groves
Matthew L. Groves